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Welcome To Well-Scent

It is our hope now that these blends will support you on your journey towards better health of mind, body and spirit.

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What Our Customers are Saying

“I was introduced to Well Scent from a trusted friend so I knew I had to get my hands on some of their products. When I received the products I was so impressed.” Jennifer Braunersither

Beauty Glam Now Blogger, Beauty Glam Now

“I incorporate the Well-Scent line of products into nearly every patient protocol that I write.  I love the vitality of the oils that are so thoughtfully and lovingly chosen for their healing effects.” Dr. Katie Dahlgren, ND

The Sophia Health Institute

“Ophira and I just wanted to send a big thank you for sending over the beautiful blends. We really love the mission and story behind your company (and the beautiful design).” Tali Edut

The AstroTwins

“WOW! We absolutely love the products and people from Well Scent Apothecary. Years ago when I {Lisa Beres} became ill from chemical toxins in my home…” Ron and Lisa Beres

The Healthy Home Dream Team

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Embracing Change

The cold slips in beneath your covers. Frost coats the window. The warm of the fire sparks something inside as you nestle further into the colder days ahead. That something has stirred, and even if it’s unclear what that thing is, you know that it’s important. You know that you have to find a way to feed that curious, ever-wandering mind. For me, it’s the crunching of twigs breaking beneath my recently dusted off winter boots. It’s the mist covered branches, stretching, reaching, and winding their way through the forest, dancing with sunbeams. It’s the magic in the air when the silence hits my ears; I have nothing to do but explore my immediate surroundings. To explore the wonder, unknown, and change that comes with the merging of seasons. Hello, Autumn. I am so incredibly happy to see you.  Let yourself feel open to the idea of change, to the yet-to-be-determined, and moments yet to consume you. Instead of shying away from these things, try going towards them with a clear mind and open heart. It will make what you don’t know seem full of excitement instead of doubt. It will make the little things seem that much more beautiful. Try to embrace the opportunities and beauty that surrounds you. Yes, they’re easy to miss, and often mistaken for being small and insignificant, but they are there, and they are worth your time. I promise. They are in the way you look at a recent health discovery or revelation. They are in that new song that keeps coming on the radio. You know, the one you just want to sing at the... read more

Treatment Update: Limitless Possibilities for Healing

(Special thank you to my friend Hillery. Her contribution to our family allowed us to travel for treatment. Thank you Hillery! xo ) Cultivating Self Awareness: Who are your heroes? As part of the intake process with a life coach I worked with years ago, I was asked many questions, to include this one: Who are your heroes? Fortunately, this was a written assessment which gave me the the time to consider my answers because, for the most part, I really didn’t know what to say. If you took a personal assessment like the one I took several years ago, could you answer these questions: Who are your mentors? What are your strengths and weaknesses? What does your self-talk look like? How do you sabotage progress? Does the language you use foster peacefulness, does it promote more ease in your life and in your relationships? Do you know what triggers your anger? Can you own your vulnerability? Do you know how perfect you are right now with all of your imperfections? And do you recognize that regardless of any tragedy or  circumstance that you still have the ability to step into your power? Are you the victim or hero in your own story? With reflection, I would identify the following mentors: Maya Angelou, Elie Weisel and the Dalai Lama. I gravitated to these people because they shared a particular quality I admired. Grace. That was it, this was important to me. Grace. A simple thing. And while I was not consciously aware of it at the time, this insight directly aligned my path with the path of my heroes. I... read more

Coming Home To My Body

Written by: Kat Woods from hope heal cook. One of the hardest things I’ve done as part of my Whole Self recovery has been to come home to my Body. It  wasn’t until I starting moving back, little by little, into my truest home–this amazing vessel–that I realized  how absent I’d been from it. My up bringing and culture taught me to see my Body as something separate and problematic. As a girl, I internalized certain messages about what it meant to have a feminine physical form, and what I had to do in order to control it’s organic wildness. Like many of us, I was never taught how to honor my Body’s beautiful and functional uniqueness. As a result, I ended up cultivating a dominating and punitive relationship with the body that was sustaining me. I came to hate my Body, and as much as possible, I remained removed from my partnership with it. As I grew older, this dissociation from my physical self became increasingly habitual. I had no idea what it was to be at peace in my skin, to be in awe of all of my magnificent organs, or to feel an exhilarating pride at the potential of my muscles. What I knew well was how to internalize physical inadequacies as personal failures for which my Body was assigned the blame. As I strengthened the tendency to ignore it, my Body became increasingly persistent in its attempts to awaken me to its needs. Unfortunately, at that time, this only served to further distance me from physical self. When I was finally knocked down flat by end stage Autoimmune Lyme Disease, my Body was screaming. What had started long ago as whispers and pleas had become a relentless roar that I experienced as blinding systemic pain. At... read more

From The Founder

Welcome to our apothecary! The foundation of this line was developed to support my healing from Lyme disease. It is my hope now that these blends will support you on your journey towards better health of mind, body and spirit. Join our healing revolution by following the Well Scent Girls on our social media pages where we share our passion for holistic wellness.

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